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May 24, 1930 - Image 8

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Notice to Seniors: Only three days remain fo
diploma fee. There can and will be no extension beyo
The Treasurer's 'Office closes every Saturday afterno
Shirley W. Sm
Students, Colleges of Enginterinig and Architectu
these Colleges who are taking courses other than Che
in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts ar
at the Secretary's Office, 263 West Engine'ring Buildi
Louis A. Hopki
Freshmen Advisers for Septenber, 1930: There
Monday, May 26, 5 o'clock p. m., 103 Romance Langu
' dent assistants, as well as faculty advisers, are expecte
Graduation Recital: Florence Boychcfl, mezzo c
a graduation recital in the School of Music Auditorium
at 8 o'clocl. The general public is cordially invite
Boycheff will be accompanied by Donna Esselstyn.
Wolf-Ferrari: Rispetto; Brahms: Liebestreu. The
ist die kuhle Nacht, Von eweiger Liebe; Donizetti: Re
tina '"O Mio Fernando" from "La Favorita"; d'Ind
Chausson: Les Papillons; Faure: Les Berceaux; Ganz
Carpenter: On the day when death will knock att
bring to you colour'd toys; Griffes: By a Lonely Fores
man: At the Well. C
The Bronson-Thomas Prize in German for 1930 ha
Mr. Mathias Francis .Matek.
Engineering Students: Students desiring to cha
partment to another (i.e. mechanical to electrical, et
application cards from the Office of the Associate Dea
Engineering Building.
Freshman Women: Any eligible woman intereste
the Pageant should call Margaret Kcal at 2-1716.
Hillel Foundation: Students interested in obtainin
ment in Detroit must fill out application questionna
Foundation before Thursday, May 30.
Social W
English Majors: All juniors who are prospective to
should report at 2225 Angell Hall today at 9:00 c
o'clock, for the Comprehensive Examination in English
others who expect to do their directed teaching in En
to take this examination. Minors-are strongly urge
will ordinarily find it to their advantage to do so.
Exhibition of the paintings of a group of Scand
a,-i~ f P.'alo H th ne and of youn mrc

.~~ .t Helt L Sp moeStudents
to all members Local Confectioners Give Data the average is about sixty-five Tak eHeth ests
it to the Presi- Which Marks Dating Women cents.i1 T______
as Gold-Diggers. Not content with berating the Dr{arnE oryhdrco
I}Dr. Warren E. Forsythe, director
No.169~-~~~co-eds to this extent, some of the Illinois and Michigan Squads of the University Health Service, Faculty, Students Will Have
Are our co-eds gold diggers? Ac- waiters added that the man buys Favorites to Win Big
cording to the general opinion of less than usual when on dates. e Tit announced yesterday that all soph- Recreational ruTing on
r payment of the the waiters at the local confection Their check is usually about fifteen tenhe omore men in any department of Forestry Farm Today.
rd 4 p. i., May 28. ery stores they are. When asked cents while the women make up e t IOWA SIXTEEN ohe University who have not had
Sc.y the relative size of the bill that is difference. One gave the mason QFa check on their health during the y members,
o, run up when a member of the fair- for the decreased amount of food year should do so as soon as s 'laboratory assistants, graduate stu-
erAethamgfo Secgmretnardbyye sors nsuh (Continued From P~ge 1) ps
er sex is paying for it as against consumed by the escorts on suchs ible before the close of the school [dents in zoology, and other mem-
the total when the escort is fo- occasions, as an example set for theRogradCv(lins) ckyer
ire: All students in I ing it, the answers we rall offth glt- o follow. ntermesatifd thej Rodgers, and Cave (Illinois); Rock- year. ldz ers eudngt the zoologygerasfan department, hos
mistry andPhysicst g . er sai away (Ohio State); Saling (Iowa); "This procedure is an effort,stat- the el t nd those
e requested to same sort. The average co-ed's ap- reason was that the mn expected Hatfield (Indbana). Best time by Thed Drosythe "t a ot theat the museums, will attend the
ng, at once. c pee improves aboute200 per cent his date to run up a large bill and Rockaway -:24. ed Dr. Forsythe, "to carry out the zoology picnic this afternoon at
inSecretary when she is with the boy' friend, consequently subconsciously econ- Hafmlru- ysndBt-Fetyfr.Hoeheba-
ins, erery Titewiesblee oIeuemed iefubosc lyidn~ Half mile run-Hays and Bett- plan of having class medical ad- Forestry farm. Horseshoes, base
This the wats beeyei ngrot d o d h lf. The oham (Ohio State); Moulton and visors see everyone in their class ball, and a treasure hunt are to be
will be a meeting their e t t t iISkowbo (Iowa); Wieseger (Minne- the main features on the enter-
age Building. Stu- thei gentleman friend but only be- One gentleman even went so far sota; Wolf 'Northwestern); Letts during the year. tainment program, which begins at
d to be present. cause of the gold-digger instinct of as to philosophize on the subject. and Brainard (Chicago) Evans "The re-examination is worth 1 o'clock. Lunch will be served at
P. E. Bursley getting something for nothing. He claimed that he could tell aos while and highly beneficial to the
General concensus of opinion girl's character by the comparative _15.B9s student. At present there is a is general chairman of plans for
shows that the bill of the unescort- amounts eaten with and without . tendency to have a yearly medical the outingra chairman of
ontralto, will give ed woman averages between ten-BrooksandPoormang and is also chairman of
Monday, May 26, and fifteen cents. The average bill her escort. A girl who orders less( Shot put-Brooks and man examination by the student made the food committee with M. E.
ateMndayMiss6,nforfte entis.ea raesome- than usual on her date he said, is( (Michigan) ; Roberts and Massey i compulsory." Whitney and N. J. Bosma as as-
d to attend. Miss for the man is as a rule some- trying to fool her boy friend into (Iowa); Behr and Gnabah (Wiscon- The sophomore adviser is Dr. sistants. M. C. Old, D. C. Chandler-
The program fol- where between twenty and twenty- believing that she is a delicate lit- sin); Pritchard (Northwestern); h Wiliam M. Brace. Appointments and D. C. iller ae in changer,
five cents. It would seem that the tle thing without an appetite. One Yunevich (Purdue); Munn (Minne- ca be Bmae. telphoingte fir atD . leri aeuimcharg C. J
rese, Der Tod das women are never as hungry as the who always orders about the same sota); Wineland (Illinois). Best dis-'Hantbermady sping torron eis adequim e;
citative and Cava- men but on looking at the bill that quantity of food is a perfectly frank farce by Behr-47 feet 8 inches. Heth r ndr e H. Shoebridge and G. M. Plagens
y: Lied Martime; the gentlemen have to pay when on person. One who orders more when Discus throw-Brooks and San- with him.E.mH.eherandG.ta.ion gom
: "Il fautAimer a so-called "caking date" we finddating a "gold-digger" derson (Michigan); Simmons an comprise the transportation co-
thy door, When I . Behr (Wiscosin)' Massey and SEATTLE - (AP) - Aeronautics mittee.
t Pathway; Hage- Youngerman (Iowa); Ferrall and leaders from all sections of the
harles A. Sink jStudent and Senior Members of the A. S. M. E.: ,There will be a Schum (Iowa) r ard United State will meet at the Uni-
joit meeting of the Student Branch and the Detroit Section on Monday, i (Ohio State); PritchardUity wi ee Groome's Bathing
s been awarded to May 26. Transportation will be by automobile, leaving the East Engi- (Northwestern). Best distance by andsiy of Washington here May 28
J W. Eaton neering Building steps at 1 o'clock. We will visit the plant of the Kel- Brooks-142 feet one inch. and 29 in the national convention Beach
vinator Corporation on Plymouth Road. The Detroit group will join Javelin throw-Dougall and Bru- of the aeronautics section of the WHITMORE LAKE
us at 2 o'clock at the plant. After this visitation, dinner will be served baker (Michigan.); Weldon and American Society of MechanicalAmusements-Refreshments
c.) should procure at the Engineering Society's building at 478 W. Alexandrine Ave., De- Nelson (Iowa); Chambers (Illi- Engineers.
nRo25Wettroit. Judge Sherman D. Calendar of the, Traffic Court will be the f nois) ; Constans (Minnesota) ; Fel- --________________________--______________
in )om u259W after-dinner speaker. Later Dr. Harry Myers, Director of Personnel binger (Ohio State); Curry (Pur-
of the Frigidaire Corporation will address the group on the subject of due); Mayer and Novotny (Wiscon Lydia MENDELSSOHN Theatre
"You and Your Work."Isin) Bestithrow by Weldon-184 GALA PREMIER MONDAY AT 8:15
do feet five inches. Every night excet Tuesday, May 27; 4 Mats.: Tuesday Wednesday
The Black Oratorical Contest: The New Testament Oratorical Con- Running broad jump-Bartholo- Thursday and Saturday at 3:15
g summer employ- test established by Mr. Thomas E. H. Black, of Detroit, will be held mew, Sentman, and Wanger (Illi- BOX OFFICE NOW OPEN
ires at the Hillel in the First Methodist Church, Sunday, May 25, at 7:30'p. in. The nois); Gordon and Wilcox (Iowa);
following students will speak: Gertrude B. Cook, Carl H. Urist, Leonard ( C h a p m a n (Michigan); Hoiston P0 Bt RT ttEN D& R'o N -
'elfarc Committee L. Kimball, Richard A. Deno, and Jdseph C. Callaghan. i (Ohio State; Gohl (Purdue); Diehl H
__ __ _ (Wi'sconsin). Best jump by Chap4 HA THEr DISTINCTION TO P2SENT H
man-23 feet 10 inches.
cachers of English Freshman Girls Glee Club: Important rehearsal immediately before Hammerthrow - Youngerman,
o'clock and 1:00 the University Club tea Sunday afternoon, the time to be announced Gilchrist, and Hart (Iowa); Camp-
h. Majors and all tomorrow. Everyone must be there. bell and Patton (Michigan); FerrallT
glish are required; and Berry (Ohio State) ; Frisch
d to take it and; Wesley Guild: Mr. Robert Waterman, former president, will be the (Wisconsin); Boesel (Chicago);
speaker at the Alumni Meeting of the Wesley Guild, Sunday, May 25. Hills (Illinois). Best throwby
Everyone welcome. 6:00P. m. Wesley .Hal; State at Huron Campbell-154 feet six inches
inavian-American EA N
an Moderns, and'

£rtistS o, Vf Chariesn wUIQI aw1.OVV rIWJU , cA.C.U U .7 l *-'-
The Fifty Best Prints of the Year, afternoons; upstairs in Alumni
Memorial Hall daily to May 31.
Ann Arbor Branch of the American Association of Univprsity Women:
Annual luncheon will be held at 12:15 p. m. in the ballroom of the
Michigan -League-Building:
Address by Mrs. Lillian Gilbreth, "Skills and Satisfactions."
Playlet by the Junior Group "Matinata."j
Brief business meeting and election of officers.
Sigma Delta Psi: The last days for tests are this morning from
4:10 o'clock this afternoon in.,the Press building. A full attendance is
urgently requested.
A..A. U. W. Luncheon: Guests coming to the A. A. U. W. luncheon
will go at once to places at tables in the Michigan League ballroom.'
Owing to services for Professor Patterson the meeting will adjourn at
2:30. Mrs. L. C. Karpimsky

The Student Volunteer Group will
hold its final meeting of the semes-
ter Sunday morning, May 25. Wea-
ther permitting, it will be held out.
side. The group will start from
Lane Hall at 7 a. mn.
Liberal Students Union of the .
Unitarian Church will meet at the
church at 4 o'clock on Sunday for
the annual picnic. Officers will be
Tau Beta Pi dinner meeting on
Tuesday, May 27, at 6:15 in the
Union. All Tau Beta Pi members
are cordially invited to enjoy the
festivities of our last dinner meet-
ing of the year.
Varsity Glee Club: All members
must be at the rehearsal Monday
evening at 7:15 for the Detroit
concert on Wednesday. Mr. Mat-
tern will conduct.
WASHINGTON --(AP)-Aviation
instruction approved by the de-
partment of commerce is available
through 47 schools in the country.
Fourteen of the schools were
given approval this year, the rest
having been certified ayear ago.
Thirty-eight offer training ' f or,
private, limited commercial, and!
commercial licenses and all but 16 1



In Sophocles' thrilling masterpiece
"Perforniatce leaves one stunned and linmi; yet with the sense of having
lived for once on the PINNACLES OF DRAMATIC ART."-The
New York Times.
Popular Prices: Nights $1 and $1.50; Mats.: Adults $1. Children 75 Cents





Class in School Health: Dr. Pratt will not meet her class in School
Health Monday morning, May 26.
Students in Automotive Engincering Courses: Arrangements have
been made for the semi-annual trip to the General Motors Proving
Ground at Milford,Michigan, on Monday, May 26. Leave Auto Labora-
tory at 1 p. pm. Will see moving picture film of Proving Ground activi-
ties, drive over the various roads and tracks, visit laboratories an
garages. Arrive at Ann Arbor about
6 p. m. Get your name on the list.'h

r .

d offer- both ground and flying work.

See W. E. Lay or H. J. Gibson. - fl

at 8:30 O'clock
Presents an excellent cast in
The Road
to Rome"
Tickets at box-office or phone 4151






Furnishings and Hats

33 1-3




The Season, is Here Our Stock
Tennis and Golf

This Sale Includes All Haberdashery And Hats
South State Street at William Street


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